A European Hub for imaging on cancers and the use of Artificial Intelligence is borning. Fully operational by 2026.
23 January 2023
Today, at an event in Brussels, the Commission is launching the European Cancer Imaging Initiative to support healthcare providers, research institutes and innovators in making the best use of innovative data-driven solutions for cancer treatment and care.
Both common and rare cancers will be included with anonymized images and annotations through this pan-European Cancer Images infrastructure and more than 100,000 cases are expected to be available.
At least 50 Artificial Intelligence algorithms and clinical prediction models for researchers within the infrastructure are planned to be deployed by the end of the project.